Daniel Kovac grew up in Yugoslavia, today Slovenia. In 1968 he left his homeland and moved to Germany. As a thirteen-year-old, he founded his first rock band. Since 1979 he also works as a studio singer. At the beginning of the 80’s he started to play music professionally with Mario Mendrzycki. Productions with Peter Henderson (Supertramp) and Simon Phillips (The Who, TOTO) followed with the band CALL ME. An English and a German speaking LP was the result. In the 1980s he became a television presenter at the first German music station musicbox in Munich. He also moderated radio broadcasts at Bayerischer Rundfunk. Daniel Kovac was discovered through his studio work by Ralph Siegel. He took part with the song Frei zu leben in duet with Chris Kempers as the winner of the German preliminary decision at the Eurovision Song Contest 1990 and finished with her the ninth place. Georgio Farina has known Daniel since the 80s and after a long separate time Daniel was able to enthuse Daniel for his new production ROCK MEETS GOSPEL.